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We have this problem:
An Web page wich opens 2-3 sockets at another server to read
some financial news(in real time) and some other database connections (Oracle), we use Php(CGI) on Unix and Apache.
The problem is that if we have 150 users connected in the same
time and the socket connections are slow we have 150 processes
running wich makes the machine to crush (maybe it's the script I didn't wrote it , nor check it).We want now to portate all this to an Servlet engine under Linux or Solaris.Wich architecture (machine - server)will be the best and if it doesn't have the same problems.
Thanks.
 
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